At the City of Southwark hospital senior British civil servant Peregrine Haslett-Smith is about to undergo a tricky operation but Mr. Walker,the surgeon responsible,is knocked unconscious ... See full summary »

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Rosemary Nicols ...
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Walker
Ronald Radd ...
Allison
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Agatha Pollen
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Martin Miller ...
Dutrov
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Turkish Caretaker
Harold Kasket ...
Korlandt
Ronald Leigh-Hunt ...
Haslet-Wood
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Turkish Nurse
Philip Locke ...
Topek
George Roubicek ...
Balik
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At the City of Southwark hospital senior British civil servant Peregrine Haslett-Smith is about to undergo a tricky operation but Mr. Walker,the surgeon responsible,is knocked unconscious and,when he recovers,finds that somebody else has completed the operation. The only surgeon capable of performing such a delicate operation would be Dr. Uri Dutrov,but he is retired and living in Moscow,where Stewart goes to interview him. Jason,however,flies South to Istanbul to uncover the real truth behind the perfect operation. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Certainly the most offbeat episode of the whole series

I watch the whole TV series again, after early thirty years I saw it every day, when I was a child. I loved - and still do - the theme of this TV show. The most amazing of this period, with of course the AVENGERS one. Speaking of AVENGERS, this series looks very like it, but not so good although. Mysteries stories with interesting cast, but not at the level of AVENGERS. The action takes place not only in UK but sometimes in France, Spain or other sunny countries. In nearly each episode you have bad guys, bad females, and of course some fist or gun fights.

And in this one, nothing of all this. That makes it more interesting. I love offbeat schemes. And here you have a weird moral at the end. An ending that leaves you a bittersweet taste in the mouth.

Worth.


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